The future of car tech is finally here, and there are some great jobs for car-related technology, from autonomous vehicles to self-driving cars to ride-sharing services.
This week, Ars Technic published an article on job opportunities in the automotive tech industry.
This article was updated to include job opportunities from companies that are part of the ride-hailing industry.
Car technology, and the jobs in it, are on the rise.
But while the jobs are in the car, many are not.
This is a good place to start looking.
Here’s what you need to know to find out about the jobs available in the auto industry.1.
The job search industry is booming.
The Automotive Job Search Association reported in May that car-based companies outpace other industries in job openings.
That’s good news, because car-centric job listings are growing.
The number of job listings for car companies in the US increased by 4.7% in May, from 3,637 in March, to 3,743 in April, and to 3.9 million in May.
That growth was driven by an increase in search-related job postings and the rise in automotive companies offering a job to candidates.
In May, automotive companies also posted their second-highest number of applications in a month, with an average of 11,766, according to the association.2.
Job postings on the job search site Indeed are increasing.
In May, there were 1,073,716 job listings on the site, up from 936,000 in March and a year ago.
However, the average job posted on Indeed only has about a 1.4 million user reviews.3.
Job openings are up in car companies.
The car-oriented job market in the United States is booming, and companies are searching for new opportunities to fill positions.
In June, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that employment in auto and trucking companies increased by nearly 1.3% in June.
The majority of these jobs are now in the trucking industry, but other sectors of the auto sector are also growing in job postings.
In the US, there are about 6 million truck drivers and 4 million trucking drivers.4.
Job seekers are using more mobile apps to search for jobs.
Mobile job postings are increasing, and job seekers are starting to use more apps to find jobs.
Indeed’s Job Search Tool, which is available for Android and iOS, has become more popular among job seekers.
In addition to the mobile app, Indeed also provides a full-text search engine for the job, which includes the job description, salary, and experience level of the position.5.
There are more than 10 million jobs available for the auto tech industry, with about half of them available in North America.
The US has more than 50% of the world’s auto-related jobs, but it has only 7% of global auto-tech jobs.6.
The average salary for a self-employed car tech worker is $55,000.7.
According to a report from Glassdoor.com, the median salary for self-employed car tech workers is $49,500, and that average worker ages 35 to 49 years old makes $58,000 per year.8.
Self-employed workers earn more than car tech employees.
The median income for self, car, and truck tech workers in the USA is $48,600, while for the overall US population of $75,000, the self-employment rate is about 20%.9.
Many of the most popular car tech jobs are located in Silicon Valley.
Google, Uber, Lyft, and Airbnb are all headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area.10.
There’s a big difference between self- and auto-employed job seekers, though.
The self-dependent job seekers earn more money.
For example, a self and auto job seeker in the Silicon Valley area earns about $40,000 annually, while a self in the Chicago area makes about $37,000 an year.
This means that for every $100,000 of income earned by a self job seeker, they’re earning about $8,000 more per year than a self who works for a company.